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they're good people. >> the president elect and his family speak out on tweeting, immigration, gay marriage and much more. president obama will hold a pres conference to calm jitterery world leaders. new zealand is rattled by a majorer earthquake. and two years since the deadly terror attacks that took
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"early today" starts right now. good monday morning. >> i'm frances rivera. and this morning we're hearing from president elect trump for the first time since winning the election. he revealed surprising pivots on some of his most controversial campaign pledges, including the repeal of obamacare, even locking up hillary clinton. >> areou a wall? >> yes. >> would you accept a fence? >> certain areas i would, but certain areas it's more appropriate. i'm very good at this. it's called construction. >> do you support marriage equality? >> it's irrelevant. it's done. it was settled in the supreme court. >> so, even if you appoint a judge -- >> it's done. these cases have gone to the supreme court, they've been
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>> obamacare, which you say you're going to repeal and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still going to be covered? >> yes. and with the children living with their parents for an extended period. ads cost. >> special prosecutor? >> i don't want to h i don't want to hurt them and i will give you a very, very good and definitive answer the next time we do "60 minutes" together. >> this came after five consecutive days of anti-trump protests across the country. he says they're being waged by paid professionals. >> some of them are demonstrating against you, against your rhetoric.
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don't know me. >> they listen to you in the campaign. >> i just don't think they know me. >> what do you think they're demonstrating against? >> in some cases you have professional protesters and if you look at wikileaks -- >> you think those people down there are professional? >> some of them will be professional. >> but reports of racism and vandalism have increased. >> i would say don't do it. that's terrible. because i'm going to bring this country together. >> they're harassing latinos, muslims. >> i am so saddened to hear that. and i say stop it. if it helps. i will say this and i'll say it right to the cameras. stop it. >> and this morning we have word trump has made the first of two
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reince priebus as his chief of staff and stephen bannon, head of the right-wing website, breitbarten as his chief strategist. many are praising priebus and others are hitting bannon for his divisive rhetoric and at times racist, anti-semitic posts. john kasich's advior wrote be very vigilant and hairy reid writing. however, newt gingrich telling them he was a hollywood movie producer. and donald trump is so far refusing called to put his
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trump says he will not be taking the 400,000 salary the president receives, electing to be paid just $1 a year for the job. and a new washington post poll shows trump's election is not legitimate. and hillary clinton is expected to make a brief call to democratic house members and the president will call the democratic national committee as the dnc. first representative keith elson is in the lead. and while president bill clinton says one of the reasons the campaign lost was due the fact that his wife's campaign did not speak to white working class voters in the midwest, today hillary clinton placed blame directly on fbi director, james comey. she said quote "our analysis is
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baseless, proven to be, stopped our momentum." and president obama will take his final trip abroad as commander and chief but he's scheduled to give a press conference just after 3:00 p.m. eastern time. and discuss a path forward for the party after its national electoral defeat. spending two days in athens and two days in berlin, germany. as calling trump basically lacking knowledge of foreign affairs. new zealander are shaken up after a 7.8 magnitude quake struck northeast of
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aftershocks have continued to rattle the region. rescue workers are helping those closest to the epicenter where land slides have blocked roads. a tsunami warning has been lifted. more than 40 large wild fires raged overnight in seven different states across the country. some of had largest ones are in georgia and north carolina. now, authorities suspect arson as the source of many of these have already been made in kentucky and tennessee. however, extreme drought conditions are providing ample fuel for the flames. more than 5,000 firefighters and support staff have already poured into the southeast to help fight those fires. and marking one year since the paris terror attacks at the bataclan theater and a tribute performance by sting. meteorologist bill karins
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good morning everyone and doesn't it look great? they're getting a glance at the largest and brightest full moon in more than 70 years. the best chance to check it out, right now as it begins to set. to see it this bright and close again, you'll have to wait until 2034. the only area looking at bad weather, eastern north carolina with rain and norfolk, and showery weather around richmond and washington d.c. it looks like tonight into tomorrow for the rain in new york city and southern new england. how about the warm lth of the middle of the country.
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england. nice beautiful afternoon. looks like a nice quiet start to our week but a snow storm towards the end of the week in the middle of the country. just ahead tattoos made the difference in identifying a potential cop killer. and a dicey situation as a man pulls a gun on the crowd. details next. it's winter. which means the mccaf? peppermint mocha is back at mcdonald's. buy any 5 mccaf? beverages and you get 1 for free when you use the mcdonald's app. yaaaaaay! yaaaaaay! enjoy a mccaf? moment. ?? colleen loves helping the environment. ...and dale, well he loves colleen.
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dylan, joe cocker and so many others. leon russell was 74 years old. a california sheriff's deputy was shot in what they're calling an execution. he was shot twice at point blank range. that vehicle turned out to be stolen and the suspect who was captured after attempting to steal a woman's purse from a convenience store 150 miles aw machado wasn't initially recognized but once in custody, he was identified by his tattoos in a photograph. it was a somber day of remembrance across france, marking one year to the date when paris came under attack when suicide gunman killed people in the capital city. president francois laid a wreath and plaque.
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bataclan theater as well wishers vowing to remain strong in the face of terror. a trucker was driving on a public road when he hit a section blocked by the protesters and he pulled a gun. he may have fired several shots in the air. a woman was allegedly also hit by the truck. they're investigating the incident. after a weekend of major have new ap rankings. washington, clemson all lost on saturday. unsurprisingly, alabama remains at the top. ohio state jumps into the second spot while louisville moves up to number three and the debates will begin. how about the playoffs? all right just ahead bruce springsteen's real life experience sounds like one of
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? in today's quick hits, pope francis gave the homeless and improv rshed, vip seats stressing mercy and acceptance.
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gracing vogue three different times. she gave a special exit interview before she leaves the white house. look at these images. absolutely gorgeous works of art. because who was behind the camera? annie leibovitz was behind the camera. and he pulled over to help a stranded rider to find out it was bruce springsteen he gave the boss a ride to a nearby bar and they shared a drink while celebrating veterans day. >> maybe he still with john bon jovi too. foreign leaders await president obama when he leaves for his final overseas trip today. here with more. nancy, good morning. >> and that's right.
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underway. that helped the dow jones see its best week since 2011 as they look to donald trump's promise for tax cuts, infrastructure spending and a potential tax holiday that can bring trillions overseas back to the united states as indicating that stimulus is on the way and a big shot in the arm for inflation. here in europe, policy makers remain concerned over a that could come from the president elect that will bow a big topic of conversation as president obama heads to europe for his last official visit to the continent as president. now, the wheels on air force one will be up headed for athens. and greece has been at the centerer of a concern. so, look for reassurance from president obama despite fears
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hallelujah. that came as well as dave chappell, hosting "saturday night live." this was his first time as host and a ratings record breaker. it earned its highest overall results in 18 to 49 demo and chappell had this message for president elect trump. >> i'm wishing donald trump luck and i'm going to give him a chance and we, the disenfranchised demand that he give us one too. thank you very much. >> sunday morning -- the only thing my friends were talking about was that "saturday night live" skit and there were questions about whether that was a strong message or satire. >> no question it was one of those things that when you were watching i was expecting alec baldwin to come out totally
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going to do singing that whole thing and that quick little line. really powerful after the week we've had. >> dave chappell also incredible. >> and comedian chris rock joined dave chappell in a post election skit being hailed as one of the best of the night. watch this. >> trump might actually win. >> i'm thinking of course. what are you talking about? >> i tried to tell em >> what's happening? why are women even voting for him? >> i don't get these ladies. the country's 55% women. if it was 55% black, we'd have have tons of black presidents. flavor flav would be president. >> a very important message in terms of the satire injected in
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>> i wonder if alec baldwin will be coming back. >> and dave chappell. he's been away and now making a come back in stand up comedy. >> i was thinking he's never hosted snl. >> and people looking for post election relief headed to the movies and big at the box office "doctor strange" takes a top spot for the second week pap $34 million pay and "trolls." and rounding out the top three "arrival." an estimated $24 million. did you make it out to see "trolls"? >> no, but "arrivals" i heard is fantastic. amazing when it comes to sci-fi flicks. >> if you get a chance to check it out, you're watching "early today." rooms come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.
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good morning. i'm vince's what's coming up on "live at daybreak"... donald trump on immigration: his first interview since being elected and the concerns being felt right here in wisconsin. also... search for a carjacker: the surprising local community where the car was stolen and where police are in trying to find the
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good morning. i'm susan kim.i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. despite the first freeze of the season on saturday morning in milwaukee, it was another pleasant weekend with highs


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